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CYNTHIA GREY'S ' DAILY
I am a young man of 21 and go
ing with a girl of the same age.
She is friendly when we are alone,
but when in the company of oth
ers she is rather cold and indif
ferent, even to my friends. What
do you think of it? Percy.
She is probably naturally re
served, and she is to be admired
for it. Perhaps a little bashful
also. Be glad that she is not for
ward and bold.
I am 18 and in lovcwith a man
twice my age. When I first met
Jiim he told me he cared for me
very much. He Is away a great
deal, and I seldom see him. I call
ed on his mother recently, and he
was there. .He was friendly, but
nothing more. . Do you. think he
loves -me? Apple Blossom.
Probably not, since he evident
ly did not ask you to marry him.
That's the surest proof of a man's
"love. Better turn your thoughts
elsewhere, for I am quite sure this
man did not mean as riiuch as you
evidently thought. He is too old
for you, anyway.
(1) I go with a man of 19 and
I am 18. Am I too young to mar
ry? (2) How shall I wear my
hair? L. S. R.
( 1 ) Yes. (2) Without rats and
without false hair if you have
enough of your own. Part it or
comb it back from the brow
choose the style most becoming
and twist it in a Psyche knot or
figure eight at the back below
the crown ofthe head.
OLD ENGLISH TOASTS
Here's to thee and me and' aw
on us ! May we ne'er want naught,
none of us ! Neither thee nor me,
nor anybody , else, aw on up
nawn of us.
Old bachelors-May they live
alone on a bed of nettles, s"il alone
on a wooden stool, eat alone on a
wooden trencher and- be their
own kitchen maids.
Here's to him that is turned out
and not to them that turned him
out. May the devil turn Him in
side out that turns a fellow serv
Here's to the inside of a, loaf,
the outside of a jait,,a pound 6f
beefsteak and a pot of good ale. -
TABLE FOR BAKING '
Plain cake, 20 toA40-minutes.
Sponge cake, 50 to60 mjntl'tes.
Ginger bread, 30 minutes. x
Rolls, 10 to 15 minutes.
Pie crust, 20 to 40 minutes.
Cookies, 10 to 15 mjnutds.
Biscuits, 15 to 20 minutes.
Bread in one-pound loaves 1
Lamb or mutton, per pound, 15
Ribtied roast beef per pound, 12
to 15 minutes.
Chicken, -3 to 5 pounds, 1 to 2
Tame duck, 45 to 60 minutes.
Wild duck, 30 to 40 minutes..
Large birds, 30 minutes.
Small birds, 15 minutes.
Do you remember:when Jhtte
were dime museums. uE'sza